Fourth-round draft pick Jeff Brigham and seventh-round draft pick Trevor Oaks have signed with the Dodgers. Six of the team’s first 10 draft picks are now under contract.
Brigham, a right-handed pitcher from the University of Washington, signed for his assigned slot value of $396,300. Oaks, a right-hander from Division II California Baptist University, signed for just under slot.
The Dodgers are known to have signed 21 of their 40 draft picks, including their second, third, fourth, fifth, and seventh-round selections. First-round draft pick Grant Holmes headlines the list of unsigned players; the Dodgers have some wiggle room to spend more than Holmes’ assigned slot value of $1,980,500.
The Dodgers announced 10 other players who signed this week: 13th-round selection Ryan Taylor (RHP, Arkansas Tech), 14th-round selection Kelvin Ramos (SS, San Jacinto College North), 15th-rounder Joe Broussard (RHP, Louisiana State), 17th-rounder David Wampler (SS, Indiana St.), 18th-rounder Clint Freeman (1B, East Tennessee St.), 20th-round selection Brian Wolfe (OF, Washington), 21st-rounder Osvaldo Vela (SS, Oklahoma Baptist), 22nd-round selection Charles “Bubby” Rossman (RHP, Cal-State Dominguez Hills), 26th-round selection Deion Ulmer (2B, Holmes JC), 31st-rounder Derrick Sylvester (RHP, Southern New Hampshire).
Carson Baranik, the Dodgers’ 33rd-round pick out of Louisiana-Lafayette University, announced his signing via Twitter.